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the freezing temperatures. katie marzullo has been talking with people in santa clara county and is bundled up. katie? >> i am forcing a smile. can you tell? it is 33 degrees. i am wearing four layers and gloves and a scarf and people are making fun of me but they are originally from the midwest. we are watching people come and go from the starbucks after hot coffee, of course. if you look at the video you can see normal people are wearing jack oats and long pants, scarves, hats. joe is visiting and originally from minute and is wearing shorts. he wasn't laughing yesterday. listen to this. >> i was walking on a sidewalk that had sprinklers on and i slipped, almost fell. >> on freezing. black ice. yes. yes. >> you don't expect that in california. >> never. never expect that in california. >> this home you see in west san jose, the home owner did what he was supposed to do putting blankets and sheets ovallable plants if his yard. you are supposed to do that for pipes. you do not want the water freezing. >> for the latest on all weather changes you can download the weather app with severe weather
it worked or his policies. heather: let's talk about it, katy pavlich fox news contributor and townhall.com and steve sigman, global democratic strategist. thanks for joining us. catty, you heard rand paul says it does a disservice to people that are part of this long-term unemployment group and makes them become part of perpetual unemployed. what do you think? >> i completely agree with senator paul on this aspect because when you have people who essentially get the same amount of money they would be working for, when that gets extended there is no incentive to work. eventually the people get unemployment check rather than looking for a job. we regularly see as soon as unemployment benefits start running people go back into the workforce and get a job. it doesn't do them a service to continue to give the benefits when they should be out of the in the workforce, reiterating his point, when you continue to give them benefits for not working employers get to a point why have you been one unemployment insurance so long and not gone out and been employed in a position? heather: steven, the
see katie caught up with gun down was traveling in the seen them as that of the deeds and not also shot dead and two others wounded in a targeted killing outside a local mosque. in a separate incident of the book on monday of the abducted a key taliban pakistan along with four others which it was attacked also reported to the pakistani towns of gandhi it then and plenty patchy the country's biggest city and financial hub of the sun has been in the grip of political ethnic and sectarian violence but sometime now. yes an auntie still not convinced they can still eat into the city patience off its formation the tendency of it until the condition pumpkin festival showcases the best intentions and thoughts that had it that often are copied her. jones agreed to convene president of the gene pool was good not to heed its village in the comments got to pull him up to participate in the golden jubilee to the beach. in an interview with the intent is to transform him into a modern audience. mr quinn said many of the traditional one big festival. the biggest stage instead of guns and sticks t
. even if it's located more than 600 miles away. in alameda, katie yutiss. ktvu channel 2 news. >>>hart is the first band to cancel a concert at sea world due to the cnn film black fish. that documentary is about sea world trainer dawn branshow who was killed by an orca. the bare naked ladies and singer willie nelson also cancelled their shows. >>> declaring war on snuggling. why city leaders say it's a new magnet for crime. >>> a strong statement against ukrainian protesters in their ongoing demonstration. >>> and a man walks up to find that he is all alone and trapped in a dark airplane. what the airline is saying about what went wrong. >> in weather temperatures continue to cool off at this hour. and we'll also let you know when the freeze warnings will be coming to an end. [ female announcer ] for those who love sweets your season is here. let's just call it the baking time of year. you need special ingredients. you need the staples for homemade. you need safeway sugar for just a buck eighty-eight. and that magic thing that makes everyone want another only two ninety-nine for challe
yet to push for higher pay at minimum wage jobs. nbc's katie kerr is live in brooklyn with more on that. katie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, simon. they're hoping it will be thousands of people across the country doing this walkout. they'll be here in brooklyn around 111:30 this morning. hoping to get $15 an our up from $27 $7.25. it's estimated most of these workers are over the age of 28 and most of them are women. a lot of them say they work two jobs, they can't afford the basic necessities, they can't afford to feed their families. many of them say they can't get full time work in a lot of these places because they're capped out at $35 an hour. there were a lot of protest bes this earlier this summer. it seemed like yesterday they got a big boost from president obama. >> last month, voters in new jersey decided to become the 20th state to raise theirs even higher. yesterday, the d.c. council voted to do it, too. i agree with those voters. i agree with those voters and i'm going to keep pushing until we get a higher minimum wage for hard working americans across t
katie was talking about. it will give you severe weather alerts, radar and hourly temperature forecast and it is free at abc7 news.com/apps. >> the south african government is preferring funeral ceremonies for nelson mandela who died at the age of 1995. people are flocking to his home all night. the current president zum. a just stopped by. the united nations paused for a moment of silence following word of his death. we this were words of tribute from president obama. >> we will not likely see the likes of nelson mandela again. it falls to us as best we can to follow the example he set. >> memorial grew outside the embassy in washington with ten official days of mourning. people are sharing their memories of nelson mandela on our facebook payment -- page. >> now if san rafael the red cross is helping six people displaced by a house fire find shell december that break out on a home before 3:00 this morning. a dog and two turtles inside the home were okays as well, this morning. >> the police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old man found lying on the street. police hav
to blame for that? let's ask katie pavlich, a news editor of town hall.com and fox news contributor and has a great piece on this very subject. katie, good morning. >> good morning. >> has america become the land of man children in the land of obama? is that what we've become? >> we're definitely getting there. since 2009, the youth unemployment rate for young people 18 to say 35 has hovered around 16%. when you have that problem, you have more people living at home and more people depending on government programs. under barack obama, who we all know is a big government advocate, there is an interest in keeping young people dependent on their parents and dependent on big government because the last thing they want is for young people to go in the real world and realize how much things actually cost, how many taxes they're paying and what it takes to be independent. >> what is the interest, the specific interest they have in making sure that young people don't know what it's like in the real world, that are comforted and sheltered by the government dole, by dollars, by checks, by benefits? w
a hike in the minimum wage to 5 $15 an hour. katy tur covering the rally in brooklyn. >> outside of a wendy's, they completely swamped the entrance trying to slow the lunchtime rush. their goal to get workers inside these companies like wendy's, inside these fast food joints to come out during their shifts. i'm not sure if that's happened. it's been kind of hard to see whether or not anyone's been able to come out. that's really the goal across the country, really to disrupt the service. they've been chanting things like we can't survive on $7.25. that's the heart of the issue. they're saying the minimum wage of $7.25 an hour isn't enough for them to live. it's not enough for them to feed themselves or their families. not enough for them to clothe their families. they're saying a living wage, a fair living wage, would be $15 an hour. of course, these are the second protests in just a few months. there was a major protest over the summer. they were somewhat effective in some cases, shutting down some fast food joints, not shutting down other ones. we'll see how these go today. cer
left out of best new artist. very catchy songs but left out. people comparing her to the rise of katy perry if you will. >> she is nominated for a lot of other categories and justin timberlake with 20/20 left out of album of the year. >> that's surprising. >> some surprised by that as well. >> good selection though if you look at the nominees. >> yeah. >> explain this to me. leah remini and kirstie alley in a fight. >> yeah, they actually called her a bigot. >> will you block her on twitter. >> how do you get kicked out of your religion. >> i have blocked her on twitter. she is a bigot. >> she was sharing negative things and her friends alienated her because she left the church of scientology. however, she came back and said we're going to try to put this behind her and leah said i just wish the best for kirsti so maybe we're past this. >> okay. rebecca black has a new one out. remind people who rebecca black is. friday. >> if you get it in your head again, don't blame us. but she came out with this song a couple of years ago, friday. it became very popular. 61 million views on youtub
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